Phalaenopsis sp. <br> 'Maxiflora' <br> Orchid
Phalaenopsis sp. <br> 'Maxiflora' <br> Orchid
Phalaenopsis sp. <br> 'Maxiflora' <br> Orchid
Phalaenopsis sp. <br> 'Maxiflora' <br> Orchid
Phalaenopsis sp. <br> 'Maxiflora' <br> Orchid
Phalaenopsis sp. <br> 'Maxiflora' <br> Orchid
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Phalaenopsis sp.
'Maxiflora'
Orchid

Vendor
Aquatopia Conservatory
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$31.98
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Phalaenopsis                      

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Common Names: Moon Orchid, Moth Orchid, Phal Orchid

Family: Orchidaceae

Origin: Tropical Asia, NE Australia

Growth: Clumping

Light: Bright, filtered

Foot Candles: 125 - 225

Water: When dry

Humidity: 45% - 70%

Temperature: 16°C - 26°C

Soil: Epiphytic / orchid mix 

Container: Orchid pot, mounted to wood

Nutrients: Orchid foliage mist spray 

Propagation: Seed or division

Interiorscape Use: Seasonal colour, desktop plant

Common Pests: Mealybugs, Aphids, Spider Mites, Scale, Thrips.

Common Issues: Root rot when overwatered. Flowers once per year and some may find plant unattractive when not in bloom.

Comments: High quality flowers are available in the entire colour spectrum, except true blue. The most widely grown orchid for use as a houseplant. The aerial roots can photosynthesise, producing a green colour near the tips from chlorophyl production. While often recommended by plant tags, placing a cube of ice is not a good idea for watering orchids, as these plants are native to areas where ice is not present and the cold temperate could damage the plant. 

Toxicity: Safe.